What is HTML?
Web browsers accept HTML documents from a web server or locally stored files and convert them to multimedia web pages. HTML initially featured cues for the document's look and described the structure of a web page logically.
HTML has been in use since 1991, but HTML 4.0 was the first standardized version to have a reasonable representation of foreign characters. When an HTML page contains special characters that are not in the seven-bit ASCII range, two factors must be considered: the integrity of the data and universal browser display.
What can you do with HTML Encode/Decode Tool?
HTML Encode/Decode is a one-of-a-kind utility for encoding plain HTML.
- This program helps you encode/decode Hyper Text Markup language data and saves you time.
- The Plain HTML data URL may be loaded with this tool, which loads plain data to encode/decode. Click the URL button, type in the URL, then click Submit.
- By submitting a plain HTML file, users can convert it to encoded HTML.
- HTML Encode/Decode tool is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari.
Common usage of HTML Encode/Decode
- The character you're trying to type isn't supported by your keyboard. Many keyboards, for example, lack the em-dash or the copyright sign.
- What you want to do is make it clear in the source code what is going on. The code, for example, is more readable than the comparable white space character.
- You need to escape HTML special characters like <, &, or ".